American Heritage Girls™ and Trail Life USA® are the premier Christ-centered character, leadership, and adventure organizations for girls and boys (K-12), serving 60,000+ members in 50 states.
American Heritage Girls and Trail Life USA actively support one another in their shared missions for spiritual and character development of youth through Christ-centered Programming.
The mission of American Heritage Girls is to build women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.
The mission of Trail Life USA is to guide generations of courageous young men to honor God, lead with integrity, serve others, and experience outdoor adventure.
Our Trail Life USA Troop and American Heritage Girl Troop offer a way for families to get involved together by having similar meeting times. Both groups meet separately on Monday evenings for teaching, equipping, and spiritual guidance to help them become the young men and women God has called them to be.
Through fellowship, crafts, camping, and activities, these groups learn valuable skills, respect for one-another, and leadership qualities. The groups do not do everything together, as each program is distinct and designed to be focused on a single gender. However, we often share resources and do joint events when appropriate (like Operation Christmas Child).
Both troops are Charter-owned and operated and function as a ministry of Calvary Chapel Gwinnett.
American Heritage Girls Troop GA0594
Do you have a school-aged girl? Are you looking for ways to encourage a girl to be a woman of integrity? Are you looking for ways to encourage faith, service, and fun in her life?
The American Heritage Girl Program enables your daughter to grow in her faith, cultivate a heart for service, and have more fun than she can imagine.
The AHG Program develops Christ-following servant leaders who are honoring, relational, anchored, and competent. They are women of integrity.
Our multi-level Troop structure allows each member to create friendships with one another. Girls enjoy having fun and rate ‘time with friends’ as one of the key reasons they love AHG.
We have four levels of fun: Pathfinders – age 5 to 6, Tenderhearts – ages 6 to 9, Explorer – ages 9-12, Pioneer – ages 12 to 14, Patriot – 14 to 18.
Girls are encouraged to be their best version of themselves each day. Girls learn strategies to foster healthy emotional intelligence and problem-solving skills.
They are taught how to be adaptive and resilient. Girls learn to regulate their emotions in the face of daily challenges with our help.
Earning badges provides girls the opportunity to learn a wide array of life skills, inspiring them to become lifelong learners and doers. At AHG, girls can step out of their comfort zone and try new experiences while discovering their life’s calling. We invite you to join in on the fun.
We meet year-round on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Monday nights of every month, except for holidays.
All biological girls of any color, race, national origin and socioeconomic status who agree to live according to the standards of the AHG Oath and the AHG Creed are invited to be members of American Heritage Girls.
Interested in learning more? Check out www.AmericanHeritageGirls.com or fill out this interest form for more information about AHG Troop GA0594.
Trail Life USA Troop GA0594
Trail Life USA is a Christ-centered outdoor adventure and character development program for boys ages 5 to 18. Boys will love the fun and adventure! Parents will love the commitment to a Christian worldview and moral consistency.
Trail Life program has 3 levels: Woodland Trails for boys in K-5th grade, Navigators for boys in 6th – 8th grade, and Adventurers in 9th – 12th grade.
This program focuses on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level as a role model and leader for his peers.
The Trail Life USA vision is to become the premier national character development organization for young men which produces godly and responsible husbands, fathers and citizens.
Open to all biological boys irrespective of race, religion, ethnicity or national origin, parents from all faiths are welcome to place their children in this program. While boys may come from varying religious backgrounds, adult leaders–from the National Board level to individual unit volunteers–adhere to a standard statement of Christian faith and values.
The Navigators and Adventurers meet year-round on every Monday night except for holidays. The Woodlands meet during the school year on every Monday night except for holidays.
For more information, contact Marvin Burr at 770.519.8173 or email: email@example.com.